|Screen Size||14 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.7 GHz Core i7-3517U|
|RAM||8 GB DIMM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||750 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce 610M|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
Lenovo U410 14.0-Inch Ultrabook (Graphite Grey)
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After much crying on the phone with Lenovo they finally repaired my unit at no cost. It came back fine and is working well. Lenovo came through but it took some arm twisting to get them to do so.
I purchased this laptop a few months ago. It met my expectations. It's not a super performer but it got the job done and I had no complaints until a couple of weeks ago. I go to open the laptop, like any normal person would, and the left hinge breaks and causes a separation on the bezel. The unit was new so I fgured I would be covered by the warranty. Wrong! I sent it back and a week later I get an email from Lenovo stating that the damage is not covered by the warranty and that the repair would cost $187.00. Well isn't that swell.
If you are considering purchasing this machine please take my experience into account. You are most likely better off getting something from some other manufacturer.
-Good screen, though not great
-Very fast processor
-Touch pad is the best I've ever used
WIFI was working solidly after updating the Intel Wireless driver. I didn't experience any drops. However, because of the casing of this laptop, the internal wireless antenna is awful. Unless the laptop is close to the wireless router where you get 5 bars, the internet speed will not be good. I did a test with this laptop and my sister's HP A6 Vision One (bargain basement laptop) in the bedroom about 60 feet away from the router. Her laptop got 2 bars of signal but was still able to do 2.6 MBps while the Lenovo did 0.26 MBps!!!
The other negative about this laptop is the keyboard. The keys feel ok when typing, but some of the lower keys like the "c" and the "b" key would not register on the first press. Also, the configuration leaves a lot to be desired. I just could not get used to the small SHIFT key on the right side, along with the small ENTER key on that side. There's absolutely no reason they couldn't have put full size keys on the right side of the laptop. The touch pad, however, is one of the best I've ever used. So that offsets the bad keyboard a little bit.
The laptop has a very solid build, but is very heavy. The specs put it around 4.2 lbs, which is at the top end of an ultrabook's weight. I would say it weighs closer to 4.4 lbs because my Acer Aspire Timeline 4810tz is listed at 4.3 lbs and it is slightly lighter than this Lenovo.Read more ›
Careful with lenovo, it is pretty sensitive, apparently, and not coming to confirm what my thouths were about the lenovo products: strong and durable.
Wish me luck...
On the contrary, it did work fine before so I don't know...it could just be my router. Either way, I need to find a solution to this or else this was a BAD investment.
The design looks great, the trackpad runs smoothly with it's multitouch gestures, and the keyboard will give you a nice experience at typing.
All in all m, you wont regret buying this computer.
it's worth purchasing at such a price as compared to other brands.
I'm really enjoying it.
Thanks to amazon to provide this product in my range.
I do dislike Windows 8 though. It shouldn't be installed on anything that doesn't have a touchscreen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP!!!!!
The first thing that went wrong with this laptop is the fact that the wireless card had some sort of driver fault and would not pick u signal... Read more
Lenovo has been forced by a class action lawsuit to accept giving people $250 credits on its web site or $100 cash refunds to compensate them for the WiFi problems with this... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jose G. Perez
Horrible Design, Never ever buy lenovo products.
First the Wifi was horrible, Next the HDD crashed - Repaired by Lenovo
Later the Hinge broke and rips the LCD... Read more
I've owned this laptop for 2 years and it has the 2 serious flaws everyone complains about - wifi and hinges.. The wifi is extremely fragile and unreliable. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Darrell
I was quite fond of the Lenovo Ideapad line at first. I like the design, the weight, and the cost-quality seemed reasonable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tim van Dijk
Worked fine for about 2.5 years and then the hinge broke. Mine shipped on 7/27/12 and broke on 2/10/15. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Josh Breslau
Like many other, my hinge broke after a few months.
Buying a replacement part from Ali Express to replace the broken plastic part that snapped off the top cover.
Very cheap quality. As some others have mentioned, I guess the screen will eventually come off either hinge. Read morePublished on June 8, 2014 by Peeyush Kumar Garg
As everyone put it, it has WI-FI problems which cannot be fixed just updating drivers. If the signal is not very strong, this laptop will have a terrible internet connection... Read morePublished on May 27, 2014 by halys and iris
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